reement or wish death and destruction upon someone with diametrically oppos
ed beliefs unless that person wished to harm you or anyone else who refused
to or failed to kowtow to their way of thinking. BS likes to BS and produc
e copious amounts of silly puns. How is poking fun at humanity cringe-worth
y? I do it all the time and no one has ever been harmed because of it. ?.?
Because it is you Unc I will reiterate my objections.
Over in alt.hvac he claimed to be a tech. He gave out information that coul
hurt or kill someone, frequently. He would sell used parts out of his van a
new. As a locksmith he admitted to ripping old people off, breaking jams if
Research his postings over the years there and here. These are the ones I
remember now. I won't have anything to do with such a person. I have KF him
As I see some of his posts carried through he is still pulling his act;
expert when posting-innocent when caught. He refuses to learn.
I cannot discern whether he is troll or idiot. I try to warn people away,
that is the best I can do.
I was sitting in my home office one morning chatting with my husband and
the house began to move. It was like being lifted up in the air a few
inches and back down several times. My monitor shook, too. We both
looked at each other like, "What the XYZ was that!!? Did you feel
that?" Sure enough it was on the news that we'd had an earth quake.
Was it a fun ride? :D The 6.2 roller we had back in 1969 was a fun ride
until we saw the damage it did and the loss of life it caused. Any
shakers we get now reminds us of the damage and loss of life a big
quake can cause.
That slice of California is actually the edge
of a much larger plate - the Pacific Plate.
So while there is always the chance of a
historic quake, that section will not just
drop into the ocean, as sensationalists
would have us believe.
We are fairly close to the San Andreas fault here. there are several
other faults here and in San Diego that slip, but the 'big one' will
cause the most damage and loss of life. The home owners insurance Co.s
are advertizing shaker insurance now and making a bundle. They know
there won't be enough money to rebuild, so they will go BK and live off
the billions instead of paying off homeowners that lost their homes and
their lifetime possessions.
Well, I believe Oklahoma is now ahead of California in the number of
earth quakes. Yesterday they had about a dozen up in North Central
Oklahoma. That's talking greater than 3.5. We have only had a
couple greater than 5. Ask the oil companies and they will tell you
that using injection wells to dispose of the water used in fracking
has nothing to do with it.
I personally have only felt 2 of them here in Tulsa but the TV stations
get calls all the time when they happen. There was some damage over
around Edmond in Central Oklahoma last week. At least one home lost
On 1/7/2016 11:23 AM, Eagle wrote:
Shake'en, rattle'en, and roll'en here. GEICO sent me a nice letter
and said ur on ur own if you have any damage from the oil/gas industry
918 area. Tulsa is in NE Oklahoma about 100 miles NNE of Oklahoma City.
We haven't been getting the actual quakes, just getting shaken up some.
The 5.4 about 2 or 3 years ago did cause some damage in this area.
And the count for today is now up around 30 quakes in North Central
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